International Business is designed to provide students with knowledge of the policy and institutional frameworks influencing the emerging global economy and their effect on international trade and investment. Study in this area aims to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to develop strategies for the management and growth of international business organisations within a global economic framework.
International Business Academics
Management encompasses the study areas of Organisational Behaviour and Organisational Theory. Our Management courses are designed in consultation with industry professionals, and informed by leading researchers, ensuring graduates are well equipped to meet emerging and global management challenges. This connection with industry professionals and informed researchers provides the opportunity for lecturers in organisational studies to sustain a problem-based teaching and learning environment.
Logistics and supply chain management focuses on the principles of managing a supply chain in an enterprise (business or not-for-profit). Students gain an understanding of key factors affecting the operations in a supply chain and are eventually able to both analyse and design supply chain processes. At present, this area of study is in high demand by employers, as many industries require graduates with both specific logistics and supply chain management knowledge and the general transferable skills gained within the Bachelor of Business.
|David Cunneen||(02) 4348 4143|
|Martin Fitzgerald||(02) 4348 4096|
|Garry Haworth||(02) 4921 5021|
|James Hunt||(02) 4921 5612|
|Nimay Kalyani||(02) 4921 7317|
|Graham Lucas||(02) 4913 851|
|Courtney Molloy||(02) 4349 4594|
|Daniel Nyberg||(02) 49217923|
|Richard Oloruntoba||(02) 4921 7114|
|Suzanne Ryan||(02) 4921 874|
|Annika Westrenius||(02) 4348 4610|
|Robert Zinko||(02) 4921 8727|
The study of Politics and International Relations is provided on an inter-Faculty basis by the Newcastle Business School. It is possible for students to study Politics and International Relations courses as part of a major or as an elective in a wide range of degree programs. The Politics and International Relations courses offered by the Newcastle Business School are identified by the POLI prefix.
No prior knowledge is assumed for students enrolled in first-year Politics and International Relations. You do not need to have studied Politics and International Relations at school. The first year courses, "Introduction to Politics" and "Australian Politics and Government", are designed to provide you with the background necessary for further study in Politics and International Relations (and other related areas of study).